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F1: if Red Bull and Pirelli leave F1, what do they do next?

Pirelli appear to have joined Red Bull and their stablemate, Toro Rosso in actively considering their future in Formula 1. MotorSportNotes examines an intriguing – if unlikely – scenario where all could come together with spectacular results. 978 more words

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Ex-Mika Hakkinen British Grand Prix winning McLaren takes to Silverstone track once more

The 2001 British Grand Prix winning McLaren of double former World Formula One Champion Mika Häkkinen has taken to the track once again. The Mercedes-Benz powered McLaren MP4-16A was the car with which the McLaren team competed in the 2001 Formula 214 more words

Thought of the Day | 09.09.2015 | The Secret Behind the Charging Bull

Similar to McLaren they’re aren’t quite the force they used to be, which seems incredible to say considering they were only formed 10 years ago. Of course, I am talking about the highly successful and highly charged (see what I did there) Red Bull Racing Formula 1 team. 924 more words

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Adrian Newey and Aston. A Match Made in Heaven?

This man is Adrian Newey. If you’re not clued up as to he is then you should be whether you’re a Red Bull Racing fan, or a F1 fan in general or if today’s reports are anything to go by, an Aston Martin fan.  129 more words

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Williams co-founder Patrick Head awarded knighthood

Williams Martini Racing co-founder Patrick Head has been awarded a knighthood by Queen Elizabeth II.

Head was instrumental in the establishment of Williams Grand Prix Engineering alongside Frank Williams back in the 1970s, acting as the team’s first technical director. 241 more words

Engineering and Design Greats: Adrian Newey: March and Leyton House...

Ivan Capelli in his Leyton House CG901 Judd, 1990…

It’s been interesting to learn about and admire the careers of the sports’ outstanding contemporary engineer/designers and those of the decades which pre-date my interest in the sport. 480 more words


Don't write off Alonso & McLaren

From a competitive standpoint, Fernando Alonso made a mistake leaving Ferrari. You don’t need to be a rocket scientist to reach that conclusion.

You also don’t need to be a rocket scientist to conclude that the relationship between Alonso and Ferrari had reached the point of no return. 1,339 more words

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